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post #11 of 25
You're going to need 6 PCIe connectors.
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You're going to need 6 PCIe connectors.
I know that much.....
    
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Hardly..he's the ungrateful one...he ruined my life at age 3 when he divorced my mother so dont talk about me being ungrateful.
you gotta a lotta life left to go. I lost both my parents at age 10. Nothing will ruin your life, unless you let it.
    
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you gotta a lotta life left to go. I lost both my parents at age 10. Nothing will ruin your life, unless you let it.
Ok maybe that was an over exaggeration but lets get back to the psu and not the whole issue of parents
    
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Oops, didn't mean to open a can of worms here. Sorry to hear this GPA and especially ErBall.
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post #16 of 25
The 1200wt will cost more and provide no additional benefit (omeone kindly correct me if I'm misinformed). The 1kw is more than enough.
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post #17 of 25
I would just get the da1200. I have seen people jimmy rig gtx's with power adapters and it just looks nasty.

Unless johnyyguru can jump in and advise otherwise i would just get that one.

also have fun with your 900. The wiring is gonna look like hell.
    
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post #18 of 25
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I would just get the da1200. I have seen people jimmy rig gtx's with power adapters and it just looks nasty.

Unless johnyyguru can jump in and advise otherwise i would just get that one.

also have fun with your 900. The wiring is gonna look like hell.
As i've been waiting I bought a dremel and cut holes for cable management
    
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As i've been waiting I bought a dremel and cut holes for cable management
The only way to fly.
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Da 1200
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